OT 532 Kinesiology in OT Practice (6)
This course expands upon and integrates information presented in Anatomy and Physiology. Students are introduced to the principles of biomechanics and of joint and muscle function to enhance their understanding of normal human motion. Experiential laboratory sessions will provide illustrations of these concepts as well as the opportunity to develop skill in assessing joint range of motion, muscle strength, posture, and functional movement patterns. A course grade of B and a G.P.A. of 3.0 is required for acceptance into OT professional courses.